Since there are no work in offices as well as no classes in schools, the occasion is normally spent with family, friends, and relatives doing either outdoor and indoor activities. Of course, this includes bonding over food. That is why we’ve prepared a list of Filipino-themed buffets that’s sure to bring the fiesta mood.
Here are some of our favorite hotels in the Metro with noteworthy Independence Day Buffets:
Diamond Hotel Philippines’ Corniche
Located on Roxas Boulevard, corner Dr. J. Quintes Street, Manila, their Independence Day Buffet costs P1,200 for lunch, and P1300 for dinner. They will also be having a Filipino Food Festival starting June 19 until the end of the month. Eating in the said festival costs P2,990 both for lunch and dinner.
For inquiries and reservations, contact +63 (02) 528-3000.
The Manila Hotel’s Cafe Ilang-Ilang
One of the oldest hotels in Manila, situated at 1 Rizal Park, Ermita, will also feature Pinoy dishes tomorrow. The buffet can be availed for P2,425 for lunch, and P2,725 for dinner.
For inquiries and reservations, contact +63 (02) 527-0011.
Hyatt Regency Manila, City of Dreams’ The Cafe
The Hyatt on Belle Avenue, Entertainment City, Parañaque, offers a Filipino buffet for P1,688 and P2,088, for lunch and dinner respectively, from June 10 to 13.
For inquiries and reservations, contact +63 (02) 691-1234.
Conrad Manila’s Brasserie on 3
The hotel on Seaside Boulevard, Mall of Asia, has its buffet priced at P1,500 for lunch and dinner.
For inquiries and reservations contact +63 (02) 683-3990.
Hilton Manila’s Kusina Sea Kitchen
For P2,200++ per person, enjoy the hotel’s buffet for lunch or dinner. Hilton Manila is situated at 1 Newport Blvd, Newport City, Pasay.
For inquiries and reservations contact +63 (02) 239-7788.
Sheraton Manila Hotel’s S Kitchen
Every Sunday, the hotel found at 80 Andrews Avenue, Pasay, will offer a lunch buffet. This starts on the 9th, with a rate of P2,500 per person.
For inquiries and reservations contact +63 (02) 902-1800.
Banner photo courtesy of the Philippine Department of Tourism.